SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
EXPRESSING THE SYMPATHY OF THE 121ST GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON THE DEATH OF DR. WILLIAM B. SIMPSON.
WHEREAS, the 121st General Assembly of the State of Delaware has learned with regret of the passing of Dr. William B. Simpson, former Superintendent of the Caesar Rodney Special School District, and
WHEREAS, Dr. Simpson served the State as a vocational agriculture teacher, principal and superintendent at Caesar Rodney High School for 30 years, and
WHEREAS, Dr. Simpson was also president of the Camden-Wyoming Rotary Club and a life member of the Links and the Camden-Wyoming Fire Company, and
WHEREAS, Dr. Simpson was a member of the Delaware State Education Association, the National Education Association, the Kent County Education Association, the National School Boards Associations, the American Association of Schools Administrators, and the Delaware School Board Association, and
WHEREAS, Dr. Simpson was a committeeman for the Boy Scouts, a delegate to the Peninsula Methodist Conference, a director of Wesley Junior College, and a member of Whatcoat Methodist Church, Mental Health Association of Delaware, the Commission for the Aged, and the Delaware Association for Retarded Children, and
WHEREAS, Dr. Simpson was awarded the Wesley Award Citation for outstanding leadership in the field of education and service to his community and church.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the State of Delaware, the House of Representatives concurring therein, that the members wish to give expression to the regret they experienced at the passing of Dr. William B. Simpson, a prominent figure in his community, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the family of the deceased has full sympathy of the members of the 121st General Assembly of the State of Delaware which is extended by sending a copy of this resolution to the members of his immediate family, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the text of this resolution be made a part of the journal of the proceedings of the Senate and House of Representatives of the 121st General Assembly of the State of Delaware.
Approved August 31, 1961.